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Progress and Prospects in Evolutionary Biology: The Drosophila Model

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This book focuses on drosophila as an especially useful model organism for exploring questions of evolutionary biology in the full range of evolutionary studies: population genetics, ecology, ecological genetics, speciation, phylogenetics, genome evolution, molecular evolution, and development. The author presents an integrated view of evolutionary biology as elucidated in ...more
Hardcover, 576 pages
Published September 4th 1997 by Oxford University Press, USA (first published 1997)
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Katie
Mar 30, 2014 Katie rated it really liked it
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Very thorough, but kind of outdated at this point. But still, if you work in Drosophila it's probably a good idea to read this book. Foundations!! Seriously, crazy thorough.
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